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August 19th, 2013, 03:40 AM
katydae88 katydae88 is offline
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In my (unprofessional) opinion you don't have anything to worry about since you said no contact was made prior to him putting on the condom. I believe the pain in your breasts/nipples is from elevated Progesterone (which is higher after ovulation) and not a sign of pregnancy. I am actually trying to conceive and my breasts get sore every month but I still haven't got pregnant.

Also just because you had a temp of 98.4 that doesn't mean anything either. Your body temp goes up after ovulating as well and usually drops around the time you start your period. I also want to mention that unless you take your temp first thing in the morning before you move or get out of bed then it doesn't mean much of anything either.

I don't know if I helped or not but I really don't think you have anything to worry about
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